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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914
Commonwealth JjjgkBaith of Bustralta HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY , tolls Bank Is open for *11 classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockharupton, Tow nevillc, and London. 'Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direc-. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Billi negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of ever/ description transacted within >Sa Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account opened. Inteieit paiii on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central OfHoa I 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices'throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1 /- to £300. Interest at 3% por annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at nny Branch or Agency within the C...
GRAIN. Tuesday, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914
Grain. Tnnsdav. "Defi. 22. Wheat—This is now worth 6/6, but there is not much offering Oats—These are firmer, and best teed are nov.' 4/, medium 3/10 to 3/11, milling end seed 4/1 to 4/2 Barley—Choice malting 6/, good 5/6 to 5/9, feed 4/, Cape 4/ to 4/(*, feed 3/9 to 3/10 Chaff—This remains fairly steady at from £6 5/ to £6 7/6 for prime samples-, and medium down to £5 15/ Maize—The market is firm nt 4/10 ex rail or store Potatoes—Old potatoes are now practi cally off the market. New are much firmer, selling today at £9 10/ to £10
Cricket. GRANTVILLE v. LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914
Cricket. ... (SSANTVTiLLK v. LANG LANG, A Lang Lang eleven journeyed to C4rant ville on Saturday, and engaged the local team. The afternoon's play was very en joyed, the game being won by Grantville by 3 runs. Scoring was a3 follows '$— Lang Lang, E Tew, bowled White I E Wiseman, b "White 4 \V Browning, c White bB'rgm'r 18 W Tibballs, b Bergmeir 6 F Smith, c and b White 0 A Allowuy. c and b Thomas G VV Ingram, b McPherson 6 H Wiseman, b McPherson 8 H Dainty, not out 1 F O'Keofe, c White b Sehult£ 0 L Hunt, c and b Lewia 0 Sundries 4 Total 64 Rowling—White 2 for 18, Bergmeier 2 for 19, Thomas 1 for 7, McPherson 2 for 2, Schultz 1 for 4, Lewin 1 for CK Grantvillb. A Bergrreier, 1 b w'j b Watson 4 T White, b Tibba's 3 Thomas, b Tibballs 17 Lousader, retired 28 G Williams, b Tibballs 0 McPheiBOn, b Tibballs 1 P Shultz, b O'Keefe 0 J Young, not out 0 T Williamsj b O'Keefe 0 J Rattary, b Tibballs 0 Lewin, b O'Keefe 0 Sundries 4. Total 57 Bowling—Tibbals 5 for 21, E Wiseman 1 for 14, Ingra...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914
Bev. J. E. Nicholls was inducted to the charge of the Presbyterian Church, Leongatha, last week. Mr Peter Tschudy, of Blackwood For est, near Glen Alvie, died at Archie's Creek on Friday morning from snake bite. He was engaged on Thursday afternoon in shifting some pickets, when he wa3 bitten on the ball of the thumb He hurried home, but on account of the distance some time elapsed before first-aid was rendered, A ligature was applied, the wound scarrilied, and C'ondy's crystals rubbed into it. He was then driven to Archie's Creek to meet Dr Baird, who had been summoned by wire. During the night serious sym toms developed, and death took place on Friday morm*4£, TUo cleoeuSeil whs a leading member of the Glen Alvie Eifle Club, and one of the best shots in the South Gippsland Union. The tender of Mr C. T-. White has been accepted for painting and repairing tho Grantville State school, iho price being £94 10/. The recent rains of upwards of an inch and a halt have been very beneficial...
POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
POSTAL NOTES Poatal neteB may be obtained at any poat office payable at Money Order offices in thia Sate, South Australia Queensland and Tasmania. The following are th# denominations of the notes nnrl the prices charged £&lt;>r thein— Is ^d, le Rd id, 2s Id, 28 6d Id, 3s Id, 3s 6d Id, 4s 1J, 4s 6d Id Bslfd. 1b 2d, 10a 3d, 15s 3d. 20s 3d.
General Information STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
General Information STAMP DUTIES Duties on bills of exchange and promia spry notes not exceeding £25 6&lt;1. £50 13, £75 la 6d, £100 2s. For every additional" £50 or fractional park thereof la Tho duty on a bill of exchange payable on demand or ou presentation or at sipht is Id, piyable at any future date 6d and upwards according to value Cheques Id Receipt# for payment of £2 or upwards Id Lease or agreement for lease of lands or tenements for any term— (a) Any money or marketable security for every £50 or fractional part thereof 5 0 (b) Any rent exceeding £65 per annum yearly or otherwise—for every .£50 or fractional part thereof 2 6 (c) For every transfer or assignment of any lease 5 0 Exemptions Draft or order drawn upon any other banker in Victoria for settling accounts only Government cheques Draft for transmission of money between Government departments Withdrawing money from any post offic® or other savings bank Government or mniiicipal debentures Cheques drawn by any...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Publ'ahed ev:ry Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy *>r, , l — No Resident of tlie District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News paper! It k the only means bv whioh the people of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in which they are personally interested. The City dailies aud weeklies are all very well for thosi) who wish to keep posted upon affaiis of State and of the world. But does not a comparatively" trilling event in our own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes than the downfall of a nation on the other side of the world? The local newspaper that gives ail Iho news of its own town, and District— all the doings of its people and the hap penings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in. the regard ol all who take a healthy intorost in their surroundings. In addition to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses itrgives •very real advantages, from a business standpoint. Whether in business in the town or on the J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
Shambefllain's Tablets "l^ravcint Qlafe HMdnht THE With wliicii is incorporated THE CRANBOURME HERALD. The Yannathan Argus The Kooweerup Tribune The Yallock Thunderer The Tooradin Intelligencer The Clyde Mercury The Nyora Interpreter Published Weekly* —Every WEDNESDAY Afternoon— Circulating— Extensively throughout the District# el LANG LANG YANNATHAN YALLOCK KOOWEERUP TOORADIN — | CRANBOURNE A. Paper Devoted to the interests and advancement of this important DiBtriofc, Particularly-^ The Various Departments of the Dairying, Producing, Breeding and Grazing Industries. The Subscription ia a mere Bagatelle, especially when you might get pound's worth of information in one copy. Only a shilling a month 3s Per Quarter, 1 N ADVERTISING MEDIUM. A Fine, Bright Advertising Sheet for j .Business people and all who have any | thing to Duy or sell, , . ' • BECAUSE — j It circulates, it is re&d, it goes into the ■ v homes and come3 into touch .vith the j people, REMEMBER—An Advertisement...
Cricket. MODELLA v. LONGWAERY. The following is a report of a scratch match between the above teams at Modella during the holidays:— LONGWARRY SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
Cricket. MODELLA v. LONG-WAERY. The following is a report of a scratch match between the above teams at Mod ella during^the holidays:— LONGWAttRY SOTTTW. G Downey, b Gray 4 A Downie, b Croine 52 H Neil, b Gray 0 W Tolley, b Lugton 24 M Willis, b Lugton 1 C Thomson, b Crome 2 F Jenkie, c Lugton b Cromo 3 H Tolley, run out ^ 0 V Jinkie, b Crome ' 5 W Ralph, c E Hughes b Lugton 0 A Mallett, not out 0 Sundries 5 Total 96 Bowling—A. Crome 4 for 15, Lugton 3 for 23, Gray 2 for 16. Modeila. H Lugton. run out 6 A Crome, b G Downie 13 A Lugton, b It Downie 24 J Meade, b 3t Downie 0 Hughes, senr., run out 14 E Hughes, b Willis 0 W Gray 1 F Cole, b F Jinkie . 1 G Lineham, b E Downie 0 C Burrows, b F Jinkie 9 J Waters, not out 1 Sundries 8 Total 77
Rural Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
Rural Notes. 6l*£l© Agent-General's office in Loudtfa has always been one of the things which the taxpayers of this country support without getting anything in the way of return. It has possibilities for much good work, but so long as it is made the dumping-ground for poli ticians whom the_ Government of the day find it expedient to have at tho other 6ide of the world, it cannot be expccted to realise those possibilities. The particulars given by the indignant Mr. Rees in the Legislative Council a few days ago are not new. Everybody who. visits the agent's office in London is disgusted with the evidence of gross negleot of the d'uties of the olfice—a ne glcct that makes him ashamed that the j name of Victoria should be associated | with it. This has been going on for years. Mr. Itees said that the front window was filled with a collection of dirty old stuffed birds, while the most attractive exhibit in another window was a faded truss of Alfalfa hay. While the Canadian Government of...
LANG LANG V. KORUMBURRA [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
LA.NG- LANG- Y. - KORUMBUEEA A team from the Lang Lang Associat ion journeyed to Eoruraburra on the 26th ult, and scored a pionounced victory over the local team, as will be seen from the following scores— Koeumbubba. P. Dnnks, c Rich's, b H Wisem'n 29 Broughton, b Coghlan 3 H. Kelly, c and b E, Cousins 2 Y. Parry, c Cousins,b H Wiseman 24 Uren, not out 29 S. Dodlt, b H. Wiseman 1 L. Parry, c Crespin b H.Wiseman 14 Alp, not out j 7 B. Millard, b II. Wiseman 37 Sundries 13 .159 Bowling—Coghlan 1 for 49, Cousins 1 for 39, .Richards 0 for 27, H. Wiseman 5 for 32 Lang Lang A. Glasscock, c Wren, b Doulfc 21 P, Crespin, b Broughton 15 T. Richards, b Boult 2 H. Wiseman, not out 61 H. Glasscock, b Danks 48 E. Wiseman, run out 6 H Bixshall, not out _ 4 Sundries 4 s V. Vv161 Bowling—Brought^n-2 for 26, Doult 2 for 30, Dank 1 for 1£L:: Uren, Kelly, Jur atovitch, Parry and Alp also bowled. j
A New Year Resolution. HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
A New Year Resol ution. HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN Is one of these problems which fac* ' most parents, and wLich often causes a deal of consideration and worry, as they watch the small members of their fam.ly gradually growing up around them. What is the beat they can do for them—how to prepare them for the future, for their fight among their fellow beings in the hurry and struggle for existence ? ! Endeavor should be ma in at once to set apart something that wM help in the education of the child—in setting i it up in business—perhaps in proyid j ing a home. Ike Commoawealth j Bank of Australia comes to the assist- j ance of the parent in this direction. Accounts may be opened as soon as : desired after the birth of an infant in amounts of one shilling upward, and ; the account cannot be operated upon | by th6 parent or child until the latter ' is 12 years of age—just at the time the higher education of the child be comes necessary. Should the money not be required for this par...
V. BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
V. BUN YIP. A team from the local association trav elled to Bunvip on Saturday last, and a good day's cricket was enjoyed. The visitors occupied the wickets first and made 95. H. G-lasseock 24, A. Patullo 20, J. Vincent 14, Gr. Harker 9; With ington 5 for 47, Quinn 2 for 19, Kennedy 3 for 10. Bunyip replied with 163— Rosenbrock 60, [Kennedy 32 (retired), Nash 18, Withingion 17 ; W. Hatty 1 for 23, Donaldson 1 for 25, H. Wiseman 2 for 27, A. Patullo 3 for 44, E. Harker 1 fot 13. In their second attempt the visi tors lost 4 wickets for 80, P. Crespin 33, A. Patullo 30 (not out), D. Donaldson 10. Within^ton 2 for 44, Kennedy 1 for 20, Quinn 1 for 0. The members of the Yallock c ub are requested to be on the ground on Satur day afternoon next, when a practice mafcoh will be played.
WAR JOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
WAR JOKES. Aq unfortunate altercation took place in a well-known hotel a few nights ago. j One of the diners called'for some Tur key without Greece, and the" waitress j rather rudely replied: '"You must be a German p" He said, "No, I'm Hungary." His friend nudged him, saying "Be care ful, don't ."Russia, or she won't Servia." The waitress then retired, but returned almost immediately, saying. "Do you in tend to fioumania P" (remain here,) The man replied, "Certainly, I want Samoa " The waitress then became annoyed, and said, "King the Belgium (bell, Jim) and I'll call Nancy ; it will cost you a New Guinea." Needless to say he did not attempt to Kaiser (kiss her.)
"GENTLEMEN" v. "PLAYERS" [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
"GENTLEMEN" v. "PLAYERS" A match-' between -tennis reprBaenfciiJg above will be played on the show ground on Saturday at 2.15. Tho gent',s team will be selected from the following, who are requested to be ou :thc ground at 2.30 —W. Browning, P. O'Keofe, jor, H. Dainty, I?. Gray, sen, L. Hunt, W. Suth erland, B. Stevenson, Mr Welsh, F. McGKnnis, Son Welsh, F. Keighery, W, G-lover, E,'Stanlake, F. Smith, Richards, jnf,
Why Cow-Testing Pays [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
Why Cow-Testing Pays Cow-testing shows the money makers. The best cows iu many herds are returning a profit of £25 or mora every year. It is possible to have every cow kept do as we'l. The loafers, the cows that consume more than they return, a e quickly spotted and eliminated when the cow test is used. .No successful merchant handles a line of goods &lt; n which he loses money ; likewise, no progressive dairyman will keep a cow nn which he does not make a profit. The milk ing of cows is a straight business pro position, and no farmer can afford to spend hiB own time, or pay high-priced labor to milk cows whish do not pay for their board. Let'3 make the £25 return per cow our standard. To build up a profitable herd the test is indispensible. It enables the dairyman to quickly get a high pro^ ducing herd by selecting heifers from only the best cowb. In this connect tion the sires that are capable of trans mitting dairy quality and temperament to their off-spring can be proved...
Yannathan Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
Yannathan Sports. ♦ President—Mr J S Smethurst; Vice-Presi dents — Messrs Stewart and Currie. Judges—Messrs A ileMillan, W H Oar diner, J A Stewart, o H Smethurst, Cr A Cameron. Starters—Messrs T Patullo and Bickerdike. Handicapoers—Messrs S Glover, T Patullo and J H Smethurst. . 'Clerk of Coarse—Mr P Einsiedo). Hon Surgeon—Dr Harkneas. Timekeeper— Constable Cole. $ The annual New Year's Day Sports, held at Yannathan on Fri day last, more than maintained the reputation they have of providing a day's enjoyment suitable tor the beginning of another year. The weather could scarcely have been improved upon, and, coupled with interesting sports, the day passed most pleasantly. The attendance was about the same as at the pre vious meeting (a £2\ gate), and as usual, to those atttending the outing had all the attractions of a picnic by lunching in large parties on the grounds. The- competitions were in all cases conducted in a sys tematic manner, and there was al ways some event being deci...
Cricket Association. FIRST ROUND. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 6 January 1915
Cricket Association FIRST ROUND. Oi?fnhpr 31. Yannathan v. Kooweerup Modella v, Toora.lin (At Kooweerup) Yallock v: Lang Lau» Novenber7. KoTweerup v. Modella Tooradiu v. Lang Lang Yallock v. Yannathan November 14 Yannathan v. Lant» Lang Moddlli v. Yallock Ivoo.veerup v. i'ooradin November 21. Toondin v. Yal'oek Model.a v. Yannathan Lang Lang v. K/nweerup November 2S. Lang Lang v. Modella Kooweerup v. Yallock Tcoradin v. Yannatliau SECOND ROUND. Dec.*niber 5. Rooweornp v. Yanaathau Tooridin v. Modella (.Vt Yallock) ' Lang Ling v. Yallock . December 12. Mol;lla v. Kooweerup Lang Lang v. Tooradin Yannatliau v, YalloeK January !&lt;>• Lau.; Lang v. Yannathan Yallock v. Modella Tooradin v. Kooweerup January 2o. Yallock v. Tooradm Yannathan v. Modella Kooweerup v. Lang Lang January 30, Modella v, Lang L-ug Yallock v. Kooweerup Yannathan' 7. Tooradin THIRD ROIJim February (i. Yannathan v. Kooweorup Modella v. Tooradin (At Kooweerup) Yallock v. Lang Lung February 13. Kooweerup v ...